On the sixth-floor maternity ward / Of a hospital called Lenox Hill, / Two new parents of one little girl / Paid a very big hospital bill.
In just a few short weeks we'll be closing the books on 2012. And what a year's it's been.
As a passenger and a taxpayer funding this enormous agency, I want to hear about how the TSA kept America's transportation systems safer, not about how many weapons it confiscated.
2011 was a year of changes and challenges for the climate movement. In a year where millions suffered through the impacts of extreme weather and climate change, millions more rose up for them and with them.
The determined efforts of the enemies of Social Security to sacrifice the program on the altar of deficit reduction have been frustrated, at least for the moment.
Here are the top 20 news stories of 2011 that resulted from unbelievably bad sex, which we define as unhealthy sexual or romantic impulses resulting in toxic activities that cause harm to individuals and communities.
We best resist evil not by ordering drone missile strikes. The best weapon against evil is good.
Here's a list of my favorite shows of the year, followed by other highlights, a recap of the year and a brief word on each show.
As 2011 comes to a close, it seems almost nonsensical to have to mention, let alone devote an article to, gender barriers. While women have made great strides, we still have a long way to go.
Before the calendar is turned and party hats are donned, it's time to reflect on a memorable year filled with sensational scandals, hopeful uprisings, surprising verdicts and more.
Everything said about Michelle Williams's portrayal of Marilyn Monroe on the British set of The Prince and the Showgirl is true. She magnificently captures the insecurity, caginess and sultry manipulation of a Hollywood icon.
Fashion Whip is a political style column in The Huffington Post by Lauren Rothman and Christina Wilkie. Rothman is the founder of Styleauteur. WASHIN...
Maybe, 2012 is the year craziness becomes so 2011, and intelligence becomes the new trending topic on Twitter. In 2012, maybe being hip will be replaced by being smart, and red states will be replaced by well read states.
These are requests that I think will better pop culture as whole but more importantly -- they'll better me.
My students make it hard for me to complain, to cry, to whine or to get annoyed that I don't have the comforts that technology provides. They understand that despite their lack of resources, I expect their best.